Monthly Archives: September 2016

Pretty, Useful

I’m sure you’ve seen that terrible Girls’ Life cover that did the rounds a little while ago. It was hard to miss – as many people commented, the boys who were targeted for its brother publication Boys’ Life were encouraged to explore … Continue reading

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Fifteen Minutes

Since I’ve been freelancing (over a year now, yikes), I’ve noticed what I shall call the Freelancer’s Scale of Jobs to Concentration. The more jobs you have – both individual tasks and actual paid employment – the more guilty you feel … Continue reading

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Rewriting history: how to blend historical fact with fantasy by S.J.A. Turney

I’m delighted to be one of the stops on S.J.A. Turney’s blog tour for his latest ‘Tales of the Empire’ novel, Insurgency. Roman history has always intrigued me, and I’m looking forward to reading this fantasy twist. Here we have Simon’s blog post … Continue reading

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